In recent years, SVR Global has delivered valves to the refining industry in a number of nations. With application-appropriate valve solutions, we’ve helped hundreds of customers increase process reliability, productivity, safety, and sustainability.
In refining industry, Crude oil is treated and refined into more useful products such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, and liquefied petroleum gas through an industrial process. They can be refined by removing the impurities from the oil or petroleum. As a result, the petroleum refining business is subjected to a slew of rules imposed by governments. Specifications for petroleum products, refinery plant emissions, health and safety, and the release of poisonous and hazardous substances are all covered by these standards.
Types of Refineries:
- Deep Conversion
- Petroleum and Oil refinery
- Salt and Sugar refinery
- Natural gas processing plant
Process of refining:
Why Valves are used in refinery industry?
From processing technologies to the length of time that process units are operational, the refining sector has seen significant modifications. These developments, together with the introduction of low-sulfur fuel standards, the necessity to process lower-grade crude and the need to convert additional bottom-of-the-barrel residuals, have increased the demand for isolation and control valves significantly. In an emergency, unreliable and unpredictable valves might result in huge financial losses and have disastrous implications for personnel.
Types of valves used in Refinery:
- Control Valve
- Butterfly Valve
- Ball Valve
- Check Valve
- Globe Valve
- Gate Valve
Our solutions cover all common on-off and control applications, as well as those for more demanding refining applications, such as hydrogen production switching valves. We provide severe service solutions that are either standard or customised. All SVR Global products provide long-term tightness for the desired operating uptime between shutdowns, which is exactly what you need for a faultless and successful refinery operation.